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2017/2018 Season

Film at a Glance - Winter 2019


The Dartmouth Film Society film selection has evolved from term-long themed series to reflect ongoing, consistent programming values. A balance of each of the following themes is offered throughout the year.

As ever, stay tuned for our additional programming!
See you at the movies,
Sydney & Johanna
Hop Film

Hear Me Roar

Strong Women - We are doing our part to fight the Hollywood gender gap by showcasing the work of women filmmakers and celebrating complex female onscreen characters.

Fri, Jan 4: A Star is Born
Fri, Jan 11: The Hate U Give
Fri, Jan 25: Reversing Roe - Film Special
Sat, Jan 26: Widows
Fri & Sat, Feb 1 & 2: The Favourite
Fri, Feb 22: 3 Faces - Film Special
Sat, Feb 23: On the Basis of Sex
Fri, Mar 1: A Private War - Film Special


 
Reel Change

Social Justice - This series highlights films that use the medium to raise awareness, build empathy and tackle social justice issues like poverty, racism, immigration, gender inequality and climate change.

Fri, Jan 11: The Hate U Give
Fri, Jan 18: Boy Erased
Sat, Jan 19: 25 Prospect Street - Film Special
Sat, Jan 19: Bodied
Sun, Jan 20: Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World - Film Special
Fri, Jan 25: Reversing Roe - Film Special
Thu & Fri, Feb 14 & 15: If Beale Street Could Talk
Fri, Feb 22: 3 Faces - Film Special
Sat, Feb 23: On the Basis of Sex


 
Film School

Masterworks - These classics, rare gems, alumni work and shows with live guests are programmed in direct collaboration with Dartmouth classes, student groups and campus centers.

Sat, Jan 12: Burning
Sun, Jan 13: Monrovia, Indiana
Sat, Jan 19: 25 Prospect Street - Film Special
Fri, Jan 25: Reversing Roe - Film Special
Sun, Feb 3: Shoplifters
Feb 8, 9 & 16: Oscar-Nominated Short Films - Film Special
Fri, Feb 22: 3 Faces - Film Special
Fri, Mar 1: A Private War - Film Special


 
Movie Magic

Crowd Pleasers - Exactly what it sounds like. While all movies benefit from an immersive theater experience with a live audience, this series promotes films you must see on the big screen.

Fri, Jan 4: A Star is Born
Sat, Jan 5: Free Solo
Sat, Jan 12: First Man
Sun, Feb 24: Mary Poppins Returns


 
Film Specials

These select films, often hard to find in theaters, offer a unique theater experience and sometimes involve live guests. These movies are not to be missed!

Sat, Jan 19: 25 Prospect Street - Film Special
Sun, Jan 20: Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World - Film Special
Fri, Jan 25: Reversing Roe - Film Special
Feb 8, 9 & 16: Oscar-Nominated Short Films - Film Special
Fri, Feb 22: 3 Faces - Film Special
Fri, Mar 1: A Private War - Film Special


 
HD Broadcasts

In addition to the Met Opera series, Hop Film also presents an array of one-of-a-kind, high definition (HD) theater broadcasts, art exhibitions and the occasional rock concert.

Sun, Jan 6: The Madness of George III - National Theatre Live in HD
Sat & Sun, Jan 12 & 13: Adriana Lecouvreur - The Met Opera in HD
Sun, Jan 27: Degas: Passion for Perfection - Exhibition on Screen
Sat & Sun, Feb 2 & 3: Carmen - The Met Opera in HD
Sun, Feb 10: Antony and Cleopatra - National Theatre Live in HD
Sun, Feb 17: Young Picasso - Exhibition on Screen
Sat & Sun, Mar 2 & 3: La Fille du Régiment - The Met Opera in HD


 

Ticket Info


$8 • Dart ID $5 • Children 12 & under $5
Take 10 Card $60
Film Special prices vary


Single tickets are available in advance: online and at the Hop Box Office. Tickets may also be bought at the ticket window beginning 30 minutes before start.


The Take 10 Card


This new, easy-to-use punch card rewards movie lovers with a 25% discount, as well as increased choice, flexibility and benefits.

Here’s the scoop on the Take 10:
  • Provides 10 tickets to regular films* for $60. Simply present your Take 10 Card at the ticket window to obtain a ticket.
  • Eligible for Fall, Winter and Spring programs, current Take 10 Cards expire June 1, 2019. Buy as many cards—and as often—as you want!
  • Bring a date! Multiple tickets may be obtained to the same film for friends and family.
  • Tickets can be obtained in advance at the Hop Box Office during regular hours.
*Not applicable for Film Specials
or Event Cinema.


BUY A TAKE 10 CARD

Theater ticket window opens 30 minutes before start. Program subject to change.


Box Office


Monday–Friday: 10 am–6 pm
Saturday: 1–6 pm

Phone: 603.646.2422
Email: hop.box@dartmouth.edu


Hop Film Office


Phone: 603.646.2576
Email: hop.film@dartmouth.edu


About Hop Film


Hopkins Center Film presents over 200 movies a year, ranging from foreign and independent films to recent Oscar winners and classics. Within this slate, there are themed mini-series and Film Specials, one-of-a-kind shows often with a live guest. Rounding out the lineup are the Event Cinema shows: HD broadcasts ranging from The Metropolitan Opera to London’s National Theatre to blockbuster art exhibitions. Hop Film also oversees the Dartmouth Film Society, a movie lovers’ club just for students! Email dfs@dartmouth.edu if you’re a student and would like to be involved.